Marianne will be hosting a homebirth gathering focusing on preparation for birth. This gathering is for expectant couples and mothers alike; anyone who is going to be welcoming a new baby into the world.
Marianne hosts Natural Birth Workshops and Aware Parenting Workshops in South Africa. These workshops are focussed on the spiritual, emotional, physical and social aspects of birth, as well as expanding your knowledge base about childbirth and aware parenting. The material is designed to give you the tools you need during labour, birth and early parenting.
Antenatal Workshop, Hilton KZN, July 2022
We are pleased to present an exclusive interactive antenatal workshop on 24.07.2022 for 5 couples in Hilton, KwaZulu-Natal. The focus will be to equip expecting couples with the knowledge to navigate the terrain around their birth choices with confidence and help them to achieve their dream of a positive birth experience!
Antenatal Workshop, Hilton KZN, June 2022
We are pleased to present an exclusive interactive antenatal workshop for 5 couples in Hilton, KwaZulu-Natal. The focus will be to equip expecting couples with the knowledge to navigate the terrain around their birth choices with confidence and help them to achieve their dream of a positive birth experience!
Midlands Home Birth Gathering, 14 May 2022
We invite you to join midwife Marianne Littlejohn at her home in KZN for a workshop/gathering about home birth.
Webinar – Labour, and birth, at home, what do I need to know?
In the current coronavirus situation many women want to stay at home in labour for as long as possible, or are changing their plans to give birth at home. Is this you? Are your worrying what happens if you leave it too late and baby is born at home. Or what about if there isn’t a midwife to come out, or she arrives too late? What do you need to get ready? What do you need to know? What does your partner need to know? Is this you?
Webinar – How to support and monitor a birth without touching the woman
In the current coronavirus global epidemic it is even more important to be confident and capable in supporting women in labour while being hands off, to protect her and to protect you.
Cape Town VBAC Stats and Facts Workshop – July 2016
After many years of witnessing first hand and studying the current status quo of Caesarian sections in childbirth in South Africa, I am presenting a Cape Town VBAC Stats and Facts Workshop at Mtwana Birth Centre on 11th July 2016.